I bought back the second window rights to my six-week essay series on comms that originally appeared on LinkedIn, so I could offer the content as a single comprehensive post on @Medium. Good weekend read, saved you five clicks. https://t.co/R33PhPZcjn
— Jim Maiella (@jimmaiella) August 6, 2020
Well written piece re my friend, a hard working and honorable public servant @mikeofcc. He is respected across the board and across the aisle, even by those who disagree with him. Here’s to a job well done and to a bright future. https://t.co/bZo7SNiRhY
— Robert M. McDowell (@McDowellTweet) August 5, 2020
Sept 14-17: NATPE Streaming Plus
Sept 29-Oct 1: NCTC’s Independent Show
➢ More than 55% of cybersecurity professionals surveyed believe widespread remote working is making their companies more or much more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
➢ That figure jumps to 70% for large businesses with over 5K employees.
➢ Employees are the biggest risk identified by experts, and AT&T’s research points to a lack of awareness, apathy and/or reluctance to adapt to new technologies as the biggest challenge to implementing good cybersecurity practices within their business (31%).
“To my friends, I am grateful for the outpouring of support from all of you. Your prayers and kind words have meant the world to me and my family. I am delighted to tell you that after a very extensive MRI last night it was discovered that I did have a blood clot, but thanks to the quick medical intervention I received, an actual stroke was averted… Even though I am not often on social media I have been forwarded the many Tweets and postings that have sent well wishes my way and to say I am humbled is an understatement.”
– NAB pres/CEO Gordon Smith on his hospitalization